Skip to main content

About your Search

20090813
20090813
SHOW
Today 3
( more )
STATION
MSNBC 23
FOXNEWS 18
CNN 15
WMAR (ABC) 14
WUSA (CBS) 12
CNBC 11
WBAL (NBC) 11
WJLA (ABC) 11
CSPAN2 10
WJZ (CBS) 10
WRC (NBC) 9
CSPAN 8
HLN 8
WTTG 8
WHUT (Howard University Television) 6
WBFF (FOX) 5
( more )
LANGUAGE
English 189
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 190 (some duplicates have been removed)
in the u.s. the retail sector is in focus today as walmart posts second quarter results. >>> hello and welcome to cnbc's "worldwide exchange." so global equities trying to be firmer. the ftse cnbc 300 is up 21 points. we managed to get a positive close in wall street. european stock markets had a bit of a boost here this morning with the growth numbers out of france and germany. we're going to get the eu whole number coming out in a while. the ftse 100 up 0.8% as well as the xetra dax. cac 40 up 0.7% and smi up 0.5%. what happened this morning, the growth dmeft irk numbers up 0.3% in germany. it's down on a comparative basis, 7.1% less than where we were standing for growth a year ago. but quarter on quarter, it was positive. that helped the euro extend some gains against the dollar this morning. euro/dollar up to 1.4245. dollar is firmer against the yen and sterling rebounded, as well against the greenback. >> those upbeat comments from the fed gave markets here enough region to cheer. markets gaining higher in asia, for instance, the nikkei 225 up 0.8%. the kospi marginally lower
this in your e-mails as well, at what i think is a shift in how the democrats are approaching this. it used to be, this is the fringe. these are crazy people, the t bag people, the birthers. most of the town hall meetings are just fine. i think what they have seen is they have moved more against it than for it. >> the white house, it is becoming more assertive. >> they are. david axlerod sent out a six-page e-mail refuting a lot of what they called myths about health care. >> and asking recipients to keep forwarding it to their friends and neighbors. >> they are stepping up their offensive using the play books they used from the campaign, going viral and we will see the president tomorrow out in montana and colorado doing the same kind of town hall he did before. they are even trying to open these town halls up so they can refute these claims that they are stacking these town halls with people. >> here is a question that intreegs me. at these town hauls, these lawmakers go out there and have exchanges with their constituents, is it more likely that the lawmaker changes the view of the con s
>>> tonight on "worldfocus" -- >>> u.s. marines meet heavy resistance as they try to gain control of a strategic taliban-held town in southern afghanistan. could this be a sign of battles to come? >>> in taiwan, rescuers find more than a thousand people alive in the area around three villages buried beneath mudslides triggered by last weekends typhoon. >>> we continue to look at the impact of climate change on remote lands. tonight, we're back in nepal to see how a centuries old way of life is being threatened. where did the glaciers go? >>> and mexico's ongoing against drug cartels was a topic at this weeks north america summit. tonight our "signature story" focuses on one of the painful side effects of that fight. the disappeared. >>> from the world's leading reporters and analysts, here is what's happening from around the world. this is "worldfocus." made possible in part by the following funders -- >>> good evening. i'm martin savidge. >>> united states marines went on the offensive today. launching a major new attack on a taliban stronghold in the south of that country. hundr
evening. >> good evening. thank you very much for that and thank aut home for staying with us for the next hour. on july 27th, two and a half weeks ago democratic congressman frank cratovil was hanged in effigy outside his congressional office in maryland. the staged lynching, the well tied noose and all was gleefully staged by an antihealth care reform protestor. later that week on august 1st the democratic congressman from texas held a town hall event at a grocery store in austin to talk about health care reform. and antihealth care reform protestor there greeted him with a mock marble tombstone engraved with the congressman's name on it. two days after that on august 3rd democratic congressman brad miller of north carolina reported to the capitol hill police that he had received death threats over his support for health care reform. one antihealth care reform protestor called his d.c. office and told a staffer, quote, miller could lose his life over this. the very next day on august 4th the idea of a democratic congressman being killed because he supported health care reform became a pu
. >>> the union that represents metro workers says a bus driver being investigated for using a cell phone on the job was calling metro's central control center because her work-issued radio did not work. the union says that the driver never moved the bus while she was on the phone. the driver has been on leave since she was photographed using the phone last month. >>> the white house hopes that it can rally president obama supporters to help put to rest some of the concerns being voiced loudly at town hall meetings that are being held across the nation. lawmakers are getting an earful about health care reform, coast to coast. and the president is looking to retake the offensive. he tries to clear up the plans to reform the system. joel brown reports. >> reporter: the opposition to president obama's health care reform efforts is getting louder and louder. >> say no to socialism. >> reporter: voters are voicing their opinions, sometimes angrily at town hall meetings across the nation. >> you listen to us. >> reporter: opponents are concerned that health care reform plans could lead to a com
tomorrow, 9:00 p.m. eastern time. that's again, tomorrow night. that's going to do it for us. "larry king live" comes up next. good night, everybody. good night, everybody. see you. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> tonight, death threats over health care reform. the issue could be tearing america apart. what do critics fear? >> we're all afraid we're going to lose something. >> will you be able to keep your doctor? what about your current insurance? are lives at risk if things change? confusion, chaos and questions. >> how are you going to look at my children, in their eyes, and tell them they're going to have a better future? >> does anybody have the answer? next on "larry king live." >>> welcome to "larry king live." i'm wolf blitzer sitting in for larry. we have an outstanding panel for four physicians. we're all going to get smarter in the next several moments as we try to understand what's going on in this health care debate. joining from us the cnn center in atlanta, dr. sanjay gupta. he's our chief medical correspondent. he's a practice neurosurgeon. joining u
birthday. thank you for making us america's choice for evening news on cable. bill: the o'reilly factor is on. tonight -- >> if we let cable television come to town hall meetings and killed health-care reform for another year. bill: a obama spokesperson robert gibbs giving fox news a jab there, and it looks like the president may be setting himself up against austria is that smart? dick morris will analyze -- against us. is that smart? >> i do not get it. i do not get it. do you all think you are persuading people when you shout out like that? bill: a new poll shows that folks are turning against the obama health-care program, and almost everywhere -- >> you do not trust me? you know, i do not know what else i can do. bill: we will continue our reporting on this stunning story. >> ♪ she was only 16 bill: and some people are concerned about only 16-year- old miley cyrus becoming a sex symbol. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.n
in the healthcare debate. >>> foreclosure crisis. u.s. home loans failed at a record pace last month. >>> and bomber controversy. reports that the terminally ill lockerbie bomber will be released sparks outrage. captioning funded by cbs >>> good morning. thanks for joining us. i'm michelle guillen. >>> tomorrow president obama makes his pitch for healthcare reform at a town hall meeting in montana. at a bozeman suburb, hundreds are expected to show up in protest. the healthcare reform has triggered a wave of growing anger in the country. susan roberts is in washington with more. susan, good morning. >> reporter: michelle, good morning to you. the white house is trying to push back against these explosive town hall meetings through its online campaign and the president himself. the administration is trying to quiet the critics of healthcare reform. critics angry over the president's healthcare reform plan are not holding back. >> you listen to us. >> reporter: americans will have another chance to be heard today at town hall meetings across the country. democrats are trying to win over an increasingl
may be setting himself up against austria is that smart? dick morris will analyze -- against us. is that smart? >> i do not get it. i do not get it. do you all think you are persuading people when you shout out like that? bill: a new poll shows that folks are turning against the obama health-care program, and almost everywhere -- >> you do not trust me? you know, i do not know what else i can do. bill: we will continue our reporting on this stunning story. >> ♪ she was only 16 bill: and some people are concerned about only 16-year- old miley cyrus becoming a sex symbol. caution, you are about to enter the no spin zone. "the factor" begins right now. [captioning made possible by fox news channel] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- hi, i am bill o'reilly. thank you for watching us tonight. as the obama administration declared war on fox news? that is the subject of tonight's talking points memo. it is known that some in the media, cnn and msnbc, generally support president obama in the health-care arenas. this was said to matt lauer. -- in the heal
. >> you have to be really smart about how you use your money nowadays, so coming here, it's a better way to save money. >> suzanne: that's jennifer, and value is why she and millions of other freshman are staying close to home for college this fall. >> paul: i'm paul kangas. >> suzanne: and i'm suzanne pratt. susie gharib is off tonight. this is "nightly business report" for thursday, august 13. "nightly business report" is made possible by: this program was made possible by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> suzanne: good evening, everyone. today is the deadline for seven large companies to submit their executive compensation plans to the obama administration's pay czar. tomorrow, kenneth feinberg will begin reviewing the pay plans for the firms still on government life support, including citigroup and g.m. feinberg has 60 days to accept or reject the proposals. joining me now with his thoughts on the hot topic of executive compensation is charles elson. he is a professor at the university of delaware and director of the weinberg center for corporate
your moral position and i understand that each of us is sympathetic to it. the moral quandary, obviously we'll have to explore that. we've got a lot of government exploration to do and a lot of government issues to overcome. thank you very much. i hope you both will come back as we discuss this issue in the weeks ahead. >> thank you. >> and bishop jackson, we're awflul delighted that the outcome was extraordinary positive. >> thank you. >>> brook? >> lou, we want to show you video that is, quite trang frankly, tough to watch here. this is amateur video of the midair collision of the small plane colliding with a sightseeing helicopter. five italian tourists and the pilot in that chopper were killed. three people in the plane died in the crash. they are hoping that this new video will show how this accident happened. >>> quite a scene in california. massive wildfires burning in northern california this evening. firefighters still battling the fast-moving fire near the santa cruz mountains. the blaze, which started last night, has now charred 2300 acres. it's about 3 1/2 square m
acclaim. in front of black and white audiences struggle to write the nation's moral compass, he brought us the common tragedy of racism, reconciliation, and the joys of everyday life. the man would near the character and would advance the nation's dialogue on race and respect. chita rivera. from stage to screen, she has captured america's imagination with their magnetic presence and radiant voice. over a career that has spanned a half century, she has received numerous accolades for her performances including two tony awards, six nominations, and the kennedy center honors award. as perilous as any to an open would west side story" -- she is broken traditions and inspired women to follow in her footsteps. we honor her for her lifetime of achievement as one of america's great artists. mary robinson. for mary robinson, the fight to end discrimination and suffering is an urgent moral imperative. she has been a trail blazing crusader for women's rights in ireland and an advocate for equality and human rights around the world. whether courageously visiting poverty stricken regions were working t
water, using up to two dozen times more energy. over the past several years, a lot of water has been recalled due to contamination by arsenic, cleaning compounds, and bacteria. consumers may not realize that many of the regulations apply to municipalities for tap water, and do not apply to facilities for bottled water. i would like to put up a chart outlining some of these differences. for example, municipal suppliers are required to tell consumers within 24 hours if they find dangerous contaminants that exceed federal levels, but this requirement does not apply to bottled water. certified laboratories must be used for tap waters, but of all water has no similar requirement. and the contamination found, the local contamination, and potential health defects. all water distributors are required to provide a report. instead, they relied on limited information found on labels and in some cases on company websites. . . >> another company states the clinical tests at hospitals several cities demonstrate improvements in the health of patients in certain disorders mountain valley water. anot
has moved onto a career in france. he is -- has moved onto his first u.s. release "the birth of cornelius." we are glad that you join us for the debate over health-care reform and a singer corneille. >> there are some neat things that walmart is looking forward to doing, like helping people live better. we are looking forward to building strong relationships. with your help, the best is yet to come. >> nationwide insurance proudly supports tavis smiley. looking to improve financial literacy and the economic empowerment that comes with it. >> and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. [captioning made possible by kcet public television] captioned by the national captioning institute --www.ncicap.org-- tavis: and baron hill of indiana is a co-chair of a group of moderately conservative democrats known as the blue dog coalition. they will play a key role in any health care reform package that comes out of congress. he is also a member of the indiana basketball hall of fame, conducted back in 2000. a class that included some guy named larry bird. i
have been griping about some time. derek ward joins us live with the story. d derek? >> four people were injured before 4:00 p.m. three victims lived down the street. they have all been hospitalized including a 12-year-old fighting for his life. police say the vw passat driver and three passengers was stopped at ridge road and morning star drive. the driver, 20-year-old kapur was northbound attempting to make a left turn on to morningstar when the ford work truck came up from behind. after the in pact both vehicles ended up beyond the intersection in the southbound lane. >> we're fortunate that somebody traveling in the other direction didn't become involved in this collision. >> it's sad. very sad. crying. the driver was crying. >> residents of the community say sadly not the first serious accident here. >> three accidents here within the last two years. and two buses over there have not. this year. and we have one a couple years ago. >> those with driveways who faced the heavily traveled road say it can be a frightening experience coming and going. >> near misses every time. you t
administration is handling things. dan lothian is breaking it down for us. >> the economy is leveling out, suggesting that the recession could be over. good news for your job and money. christine romans breaks it down. >>> we begin in the fight in afghanistan. marine and afghan forces are engaged in a fierce battle for control of a strategic town in southern afghanistan. barbara starr is live at the pentagon. this comes at a crucial time for afghanistan. >>> one week from today, afghanistan holds presidential elections. the taliban are vowing to disrupt the elections. the u.s. is doing everything it can to make sure the elections are secure. u.s. troops, as you say, marines now in the fight in the city of dahaneh. some of the video we're showing our viewers is really extraordinary. this video, some taken at night by the associated press as they moved through the area with the marines. casualties in southern afghanistan have been heavy in recent weeks as the extra u.s. troops have moved in. president obama, of course, sending the 21,000 additional troops to afghanistan. ove
to get involved. meltdowns, throwdowns, shoutdowns, every day this week has revealed to us a new page in the how to behave in a public forum handbook. those health care town hall meetings, we've seen the spectrum of human behavior at these events. roger, take some of this video. here is one end of the spectrum. a town hall meeting with sceptor brown of ohio. no raised voices. people stayed in their seats. civil conversation. there is this one from two days ago. you think people were shocked to see this. you bet they were. outraged. that's texas representative sheila jackson lee unbelievably with all that's been going on at theseton hall meetings, taking a call on her cell phone while one of her constituents is trying to ask her a question. she told the woman in the audience, go ahead, i can hear you, while she is talking and listening on the phone. we are going to play that whole incident for you, the entire thing in just a minute so you can see it for yourself and judge it for yourself. that's important. >>> watch this. the bottom of the screen. this is in missouri. we were critical
and they'll join us in a moment. and remember this woman at senator arlen specter's town hall? >> we are tired of this. this is why everybody in this room is so ticked off. i don't want this country turning into russia, turning into a socialized country. >> her name is katie abrams and she'll be here to explain why she is fighting against health care reform. plus, new evidence shows that karl rove was more deeply involved in the firings of those u.s. attorneys during the bush administration. so is the law finally catching up to rove? "newsweek" investigative reporter michaelis cough will break it down for us, and how did the white house and the democrats get the strategy for justice sonia sotomayor's confirmation vote so right but drop the ball when it came to the message war over health care reform? and finally, president obama awarded the presidential medal of freedom to 16 recipients today, among them senator ted kennedy, sid no poitier, billie jean king and archbishop desmond tootoo of south africa wa. we begin with the rage over the health care bill. with us now is congressman d
institute --www.ncicap.org-- >> thank you for joining us on this thursday morning. i'm alison starling. >> we'll have much more on all of those stories in a few minutes. first we begin with your traffic and weather every 10 minutes. first a check on the forecast. >> outside this morning, it actually doesn't feel quite as intense. it is a little less muggy this morning but not quite refreshing just yet. we're still in august. keep that in mind. in virginia, the winds are fairly light. a couple of thunderstorms. not a lot of them but the ones that come together, there could be pretty heavy downpours. temperatures in the mid 80's. averaging 87. a touch cooler than we typically have this time of year. >> good morning. we are looking at the southbound side of 270 here from montgomery county. the change of route 109. we will take you to the beltway and show you how things are doing at the american legion bridge. finally we end up in springfield and traffic is running freely, no difficulty getting from fredericksburg. >> thank you very much. well, tempers are flaring at the town halls all acr
morning. thanks for joining us. today is thursday, august 13th. kenny burns is in for vacationing angie goff. he will have the traffic in a moment. kim martucci is here and i love this time of the year because i'm ready for football and fall. >> fall foliage and all the fun things that come with fall, minus the rogue crazy snowstorms. we will put those on hold. it will be 86 today. good morning, everybody. by the way, stay tuned later in the show we have adorable penguin video. yes. let's get started. look around outside. we have partly cloudy skies over us. more clouds to the east toward the delmarva this morning out there is a stalled front. i was talking to my friend at my live chat room at my blog, scott. he is interacting with us from norfolk they got six or seven inches all at once down there. we are not dealing with that. isolated thunderstorm chance to the east today and south. middle 80s over the district with a northeast wind five to ten. headachierstown has joined the crowd with the 70s. 71 washington county, maryland. 72 andrews. 75 dc and over to cambridge and the eastern
. >> roger, we're going to have to leave it there. thank you. join us again tomorrow night at 5:00 and 7:00 eastern for more "hardball." right now it's teem for "the ed show." >>> i'm ed schultz, this is "the ed show. good evening americans, live from 30 rock in new york, it's "the ed show." what would jesus do while americans are vocal at town hall meetings, i find it very interesting that christian leaders are silent when it comes to the public option of health care in this country. i'm calling on christian leaders to step up and speak out, two passionate men of the cloth will join me. >>> dick cheney back in the news. he says the statue of limitations has expired on many of his white house secrets. it turns out there was some love lost when bush stopped listening to shooter. >>> sarah palin's doubling down on her death panel scare tactic, accusing the president of misleading you when it comes to end of life care. at the bottom of the hour, the congressman who proposed that very passage in the house bill joins me to separate fact from fiction. >>> also tonight, nbc news has obtained ex
that is all the time we have this evening. thank you for being with us. the news continues with greta. we will see you back here tomorrow night. greta: can you hear me now? you all know that commercial. it was no commercial yesterday. it was the real deal. it happened at a town hall meeting. councilwoman answers herself phone while she is being asked a question. the woman who asked the question is here. what do you want from these town halls? what is the point? you will hear from rush limbaugh coming up. there is a new information regarding pakistani terrorists. henry kissinger goes on the record. the town hall process continues. >> [unintelligible] >> it triples premiums. >> stand up and fight. we woke vote -- we will vote you out. [unintelligible] [applause] >> it got a little bit rough these days. next question. he did not answer it. he taught in circles. >> people come to town meetings who have objections. i emphasize that they may not be representative of america. their views have to be taken into account. >> there is some disagreement. >> how are we supposed trust you
would have put us all in jeopardy at a later date and other people, too. because he is the kind of individual, if he had gotten out, i feel certain he would have come back on us for retaliation. >> reporter: montgomery county police caught garcia when they found jewelry taken in the home invasions that were inside his apartment. the jury in the case only deliberated for about an hour and a half back in may before convicting garcia. they said dna found at several of the cme scenes was the key piece of evidence. garcia maintains his innocence. he is a thief, not a murder. he says he will appeal. sarah. >>> now to breaking news in northwest, where nearly two dozen kids are being treated for bee stings. after two separate attacks in rock creek park today. fox 5 is live with the latest for us. tell us what's going on out there. >> reporter: at 3:00 today, a group of kids from a boys and girls club in washington, d.c. were here. they were walking on a trail when we are told that they upset some kind of nest of bees. 14 kids ended up getting stung. they were taken by what's called a
joins us live with the details. >> reporter: this is a very prosperous upper northwest neighborhood in d.c. now called spring valley but it used to be a weapons testing area as you've mentioned. some of the houses are no longer prosperous. this house behind me isan abandoned road because you see the backhoe in the front yard. they were digging in a pit and they found a fliiveg in the pit, an uncorked flask. inside that traffic was a solid substance. they brought it to the edgewood airs until in maryland. the chemical agent mustard was that solid substance in the flask. that was used to make mustard gas during world war i. the army corps said they had air monitors at the site and they are were not activated during the removal and they think there has been no danger to the public. this whole neighborhood in the early 20th century was a rural part of tease. it used to be called the american university experiment station. sixteen years ago, after all the houses were built in the 40sings 50s and 60s, chemicals an arsenic were found in the soil. many of these houses are -- some of these houses
that i resent, big time. that is not our founders intended for us to do. our final comment comes from a democrat. host: you get the last comment. caller: i hope i make it good. we have a $10,000 deductible so when they include me and my fiancee and that 85% of people who are supposedly happy with their insurance, we are not happy. me and my friends are in similar situations. the plans are out there. you might pay $100 per month or $400 per month to get more coverage. i think the national health plan would help keep the insurance companies in check. we don't have any=t( american gs company that keep gas prices in check and look what happened. they had their chance to make a lot of money. i think it is time to put something in place and not this patchwork way of doing things i would like to tell you a story about my dad -- you recently went to spain, slipped and fell and as a result had to go to the doctor. he went to the doctor and pharmacist. when he went to pay, they said you don't have to pay here. he is an american. he did not understand. we have to pay in the united states and he
. joining from us the cnn center in atlanta, dr. sanjay gupta. he's our chief medical correspondent. he's a practicing neuro surgeon. joining us from nashville tennessee, bill frist. a professor of medicine at vanderbilt university. a heart transplant surgeon. former senator majority leader. his new book entitled "a heart to serve the passion to bring health, hope and healing." that comes out in october. we're looking forward to that. in cleveland, ohio, dr. mike roizen, he's the wellness officer and chairman at the wellness institute at the famed cleveland clinic. he's the co-author of "you staying young." and in austin, texas, and dr. james rohack. president of the american met medical association. he's a cardiologist himself. let me start with sanjay gupta. sanjay, viewers are confused. this debate is raging across the country. what's the most important thing that we have to understand about this debate right now? >> it's a good question. obviously, there's a lot of different issues here. let me try and boil it down to get back to the basics. almost since beginning of this, you've he
the ministration says clunker uchers will be good for future purchases >> you he to be really smart out how you use your money nowadays, so coming here, it a better way to ve money. >> suzanne: th's jennifer, and value is w she and millions of her freshman are staying clo to home for collegthis fall. >> paul: i'm paul kang. >> suzan: and i'm suzanne pratt. susie ghar is off tonight. this is "nightly busins report" fothursday, august 13. "nightlyusiness report" is made possible by: this progr was made possible by contributions to yourbs statn from viewers like you. thank you. >> suzanne: go evening, everyo. toy is the deadline for seven lae companies to submit their executive compensation planso the obama admistration's pay ar. tomoow, kenneth feinberg will begin reviewing the pay plan for the rms still on government life suort, including tigroup and g.m. feinberg has 60 days taccept or reject e proposals. joining me now wh his thoughts on the hotopic of executive compensaon is charles elson. is a professor at the university of delaware and director of thweinberg center for corporate governance. lco
to hear from you, call in, 1-877-tell-hln is the number. e-mail us, cnn.com/primenews. or you can text us at hlntv, just start your message with the word prime. it's your chance tbe heard. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> wrk. this is "prime news." i'm mike galanos. a disturbing report on the day michael jackson died. multiple sources tell the "l.a. times" that dr. conrad murray, the doctor for the king of pop, left michael jackson alone and under the influence of the powerful anesthetic propofol. he left him alone so he could make some phone calls. and by the time he returned, michael jackson had stopped breathing. give us a call, 1-877-tell-hln. russell, entertainment reporter, legal analyst, attorney, pop squire.com. also criminal defense attorney, jennifer. and professor of surgery at vanderbilt university. jennifer, let's start with you. this is the report. if is this is the way it went down, do we have manslaughter charges. >> absolutely. this doctor is going to be held criminally responsible for his actions. what he did was reckless. he left a man alone and administered a
of us have to wait for the real weekend. rehobeth, we have a walker out there on the boardwalk, 72 degrees. and back to baltimore. we have clear skies and a little bit haze around there. and look at the fog in westminster. wednesday the winds are north, northeast. that is just stall ago cross central maryland and the bay. and we brought in some showers overnight. and we have clearing around parts of the beltway where we had fog develop north and south of annapolis in the bay bridge and eastern shore with the shower overnight. and the patchy fog gives way to a partly sunny morning. and some scattered shower popping up this afternoon with a 2-degree guarantee high of 83. but it will remain in the 70s north and west of town. but right now, we've got to get to thursday. -- get through a thursday. >>> the bw parkway is running without any incident. southbound 29 looks good. in howard county, the crash is on the scene in ellicott city as eastbound route 100 approaching route 29, you'll see the police there. it should not cause you any delays. and kateville, an accident off the side of th
us gps record show davis was in compliance at the time of the shooting. some are saying the records even indicate davis was at home or at least his tracking device was. also being studied very closely the video captured by a pole camera of the july 2nd shooting. tavis defense attorney says as far as he can tell, the shooter in this video isn't wearing a gps anklet. in an exclusive interview i sat down with a company representative from secure track. the company that provides and monitors the devices for the department of juvenile services. i asked what steps are typically taken if a juvenile under gps monitoring is accused of committing a crime? >> if there is a cream there are many times they come back to us and say can you run the points for this particular year and we can tell them if there have been use, youth or adult depending on the program have been in the particular area and how long they were there. >>reporter: we also spoke with a secretary of juvenile services about the incident involving la mont davis. secretary donald says he sat down for hours with representativ
a little bit. for us, partly cloudy and mild to keep our chance of an isolated thunderstorm in our forecast. 'ld-60s to mel weck co bad wean'lwemecockb live doppler 9,000. and we'll also, well, welcome ahead to the weekend, stkphaoerbg >> thank you. >>> and another football news, the cleveland browns, the wide receivers, they will play out there and no professional football this year. >> they announced that they will be suspended for the entire '09 football season without pay as a penalty for killing a man while driving under the influence. that man, the 59-year-old, they were trying to cross the freeway back in march when they hit him. and they pled guilty to manslaughter and served some time in jail. and they said that in a statement regardless of the punishments that they will carry the burden of their death for the rest of my life. so the question tonight, do you think that the punishment was fair, but more than that, why do we care so much about this? whether that is michael vick or them picking up a football again. our lives don't change. yet we're willing to debate that issue on ends
with the latest on the story tonight. karen, what can you tell us? >> jeff, good news is that sherry folks is at home tonight and rest ring. but questions still remain. who did it and why. >> i am blessed by the best. need a little rest. >> 59-year-old shirley folks is great spirits and counts blessings. >> i came out on the porch this morning, and enjoyed the sun, sky light, and breathing in and out that i could not do when i was hurting. >> her in sherry hill, tuesday night, around 9:00, watching television in the living room. she said she heard a noise that caused a scare. >> i heard, what i thought was an explosion but must have been the bullet hitting the frame right there. >> a bullet hole and broken blinds reminders of a situation that could have been worse. >> then i felt the impact. the pain. and then i saw blood and knew i was hit. >> stray bullet struck her in the back of the left shoulder. she was rushed to shock trauma, treated and release. >> we have no indication or reason on to believe that she is the intended victim of such a crime. >> i think it was just an accident. beca
>>> please join me on the radio monday through fridays for the "lou dobbs show. "that's it for us tonight. up next, campbell brown. >>> cnn prime time begins right now. >>> tonight -- here are the questions we want answered. is this the best we can do in the health care debate? >> we are in debt up to our eyeballs. >> i want to build on what is right for our system. >> another day, another senator shouting to be heard. how it's getting off amid all the noise. >>> plus, who is to blame when passengers are trapped in grounded planes. god makes the weather. the airlines decide to keep passengers out on the tarmac. >> how do we put a stop to this? is it finally time for a national passengers' bill of rights? >>> also, did this anchor get the scoop on murderers because he helped commit them? police charged that he ordered hits on drug dealers in a ploy to boost ratings. >>> and farrah fawcett's best friend talks about the actress' final days. >> announcer: this is your only source for news. "cnn primetime" begins now. here's campbell brown. >>> hey there, everybody. we'll start with th
.19. most of us would be out, unconscious. there's no way she just started drinking that day, and there's no way she just found some marijuana on the side of the road. i mean, this has been going on. >>> and tonight, a florida beach beauty marries her dream man and the newlyweds all set to live happily ever after until death does them part. what the 26-year-old beauty didn't plan on was the hit man she hires to murder hubby is a cop. that's right. the cops sting the bride on video. while she breaks down in hysterical tears over her dead husband. this just hours after she puts those special final touches on his shooting death over the phone with a would-be hit man. we have the video. motive? not only does she convince hubby to transfer ownership of their $250,000 townhome to her name only, in less than 24 hours, she goes shopping for a hit man. and just six months into the marriage, the thrill is gone. she reportedly gets a lover who calls police to save hubby. were there previous attempts to get hubby? and a stunning twist tonight. we learn police raced to the couple's home, multiple ti
. we have a rather nice summer day underway. puffy clouds up above us right now. tom will join us now to tell us what we can expect for us and for tonight's redskins game. >> hey, tom, good morning again. >> delightful summer day underway, air not too humid. just a few clouds floating through. by kickoff tonight, in baltimore for skins and ravens at 7:30, temperatures should be in the upper 70s and shouldn't be too humid. looks like a good night for football, partly cloudy through the game. just a small chance of an isolated thundershower perhaps around the region by early evening. th by later in the ening things should improve. right now temperature 81 in washington. we're in the upper 70s in montgomery, arlington, fairfax and prince george's county. farther to our west, in the mid 70s. mid an upper 70s around the bay. current dew points are in the 60s. not too humid. just slightly humid on the eastern shore. temperatures in the upper 70s now. it is more humid there as well as southeastern virginia and the outer banks. lower humidity out in the mountains where they're still in the co
and this is out of the blue just to see where everybody is at and try to help us as a community. this is beautiful. >> reporter: will it make a difference. >> it should. >> reporter: another message isthink about the trash. it is everywhere in the neighborhood. the people say if people would clean it up, it's a start to having pride in the community. >> we need a lot of people just talking to little kids just about keeping their neighborhood clean. then we can talk about the other stuff don't carry guns you don't need to be a gang banger. the latest victim promises... >> disappoint me but it will not stop me. >> and raffson in the hospital and has been released from shock trauma. >> the citizens walk every month in various neighborhoods. >>> a man has died in a freak accident. the lawnmower he was on tumbled down a hill pinning him. the worker was mowing the grass at a commercial property on junction drive. that's when the police believe he lost control of the mower near a steep embankment. and the health administration is investigating. >>> baltimore is closer to getting a casino and retail dev
of corruption" are which remains number one on "the new york times" list, michelle malkin is back with us. i don't know what's wrong, saying people are un-american, saying they have swastika, or that reaction, it tells a lot. >> it is a teachable moment, to borrow president obama's favorite phrase. the imperiousness with which sheila jackson lee acts and these regal people in washington are completely disconnected from reality, sean. there's a constituent who took the time out of her day to come and ask questions and share her concerns, and sheila jackson lee is on the cell phone? hello. what was really amusing about it was her explanation in which she sniffed that in congress, you have to multitask. amazing. sean: that's multitasking. this is a woman with real concerns. we're trying here on this program, last night we had the woman who confronted arlen specter on the program, very powerful testimony she gave, in just a minute, we'll be joined by that elderly gentleman who had that confrontation who has a whole host of illnesses he's dealing with, he's going to join us. we're trying to give voic
from afghanistan as u.s. marines and afghan forces go door to door to retake a key town from taliban fighters. operation in eastern brazil is days away from securing control of the the area ahead of presidential elections. greg palkot is the only american reporter embedded with the military. what is the latest on the operation this morning? >> day two of operation eastern resolve is underway. they have had a pretty busy day. the cameraman and i spent some time with the marines in this dangerous town. it got off to a bit of a rough start. take a look at what we saw and heard. [gunfire] we have been hearing taliban fire all around us. and these marines are working with another platoon as they work their way down this village, trying to clear this place. the taliban are not giving up. the marines are going house-to- house, making sure that there are no militants remaining, and they are doing in while the taliban the marines did not kill us today tried to kill them today. morning patrol faced some pretty stiff resistance with some fire coming from the mountains. not an easy job, but the
the conversation and brought heat upon yourself and your cause? >> i'm used to heat in the middle of tough issues and absolutely not. i would suggest that swastikas on the signs of members of congress' front door is probably a distraction. but what sheila jackson lee has done is not because sheila jackson lee has a consistent history of serving her constituents. >> okay. >> and i served that lady by having a town hall meeting that she could come to in the middle of the day. >> i get it. >> i look forward to working with you. >> we are out of time. congresswoman, very courageous of you to come on. i know it's a difficult thing. wolf blitzer is standing by. he, too, will be covering stories like this in "the situation room." >>> rick, thank you. happening now, something the white house is doing raising some eyebrows out there. it involves health care reform and possibly your e-mail inbox. >>> a convicted bomber seeks mercy. he's in prison for a notorious terrorist act, the bombing of pan am flight 103, killing a lot of americans. now outrage. he may soon be set free after serving only about eight y
in people, in ideas-- seeking, teaching, building. fueling growth around the world to move us all ahead. this is the power of human energy. chevron. intel. supporting math and science education for tomorrow's innovators. the national science foundation. supporting education and research across all fields of science and engineering. and with the ongoing support of these institutions and foundations. and... this program was made possible by the corporation for public broadcasting. and by contributions to your pbs station from viewers like you. thank you. >> lehrer: u.s. marines and taliban militants engaged in fierce fighting today in southern afghanistan. the battle over a key town continued as the country's presidential campaign entered its final week. jeffrey brown has our lead story report. >> brown: the focus of the fight for a second day was a major taliban stronghold in helmand province. the offensive began wednesday at dawn after 400 u.s. marines and a hundred afghan troops stormed the town of dahaneh in the face of heavy resistance. today, the coalition force resumed its bid to d
price for a month. we will tell you all about it. steve: a moment ago, you saw a bathtub. we will use that as a demonstration. we will also show you how we are using the tub. think of the tub as the economy. think of the water as all the money washington has put in the tub. >> is it likin out? steve: believe me, it is all leaking. >> there are more intense battles today for u.s. marines as they try to secure a taliban stronghold in southern afghanistan. about 400 marines and 100 and afghan troops are facing rocket propelled grenades from insurgents. the town is in the sentenccentef the opium trade. they are trying to boost security and the next week's elections. a cargo ship that was supposed to reach for more than one week ago is still missing. the operator of the ships says it may have been hijacked by pirates. on july 24, the ship reported it was attacked off the coast of sweden. days later, it went through the english channel reporting no problems. it was last heard from on july 30. the federal deficit reaches a record high and it is expected -- it is worse than expected. it did $
to forgive and move on. won't you chime in on this and tell us what you think? text us at hlntv. here are your options. type views a if you think pitino should be fired. views b if you think he should resign. or views c if you believe he should be allowed to continue coaching. standard text charges apply. >>> federal officials may have found a town willing to house suspects from guantanamo bay. the prison could close soon, putting 350 people out of work. local politicians are under pressure to save the jobs. residents favor housing at ga guantanamo detainees if it means saving the employees. others are not comfortable having terror suspectses so close. no final decisions have been made. but we would like your thought on this story. do you think detainees from g n guantanamo should be moved to this michigan prison in order to keep the prison from closing? give us a call at 1-877-tell-hln or e-mail us at cnn.com/hln or text us your views at hlntv. your opinion is important to us. thank you for letting us know how you feel. >>> the public wake for eunice kennedy shriver will begin in ab
. this is very good news for all of us. equally important, the pakistani people are converging on a consensus on the importance of this. i think this will pave the way for the doubled efforts. . . great experts on this, he lived in pakistan for years and has a network of friends that there -- that is extraordinary, to add additional comments that this. >> it's no longer enough to just think of this as a sanctuary contributing to fattah. fattah. fattah is still a very locale for afghan taliban as well as pakistan taliban. the zone of taliban operation rups much farther east and south and north. and what we are seeing is that to bring pakistani and afghan and american interests into alignment to deal with what is now a much broader regional problem, so what we're seeing is the pakistanis have engaged and the ultimate conclusion of this fight against the pakistani taliban will have to have a resolution of the fattah problem. so we are seeing much more of the hammer and anvil approach and in ard to succeed we'll have to maintain that kind of a relationship and cooperation with pakistan. >> robert
of shakita bell who went missing 13 years ago. using backhoes and cadaver dogs, police returned this afternoon to the wooded area of old fort road in fort washington where bell's confessed murderer says he buried her. they did not find a body but unearthed a shoe and piece of clothing. bell's mother says the shoe is the same size as the one shakita would have worn. police will be back out there tomorrow morning. a 12-year-old boy is still fighting for his life tonight after a serious crash that left him and three other young people injured. it happened last night in germantown at the intersection of ridge road and morning star drive. police say the four young people were in a car that was trying to make a left-hand turn when it was rear ended by a pickup truck. all four were taken to the hospital. one is in critical condition and no word if there will be any charges. >> a man is dead tonight after a boating accident in diehl, maryland. police tell us 77-year-old ha y harry -- his boat hit a jetty here. it happened last night in anne arundel county creek. the police say tallo wa
to the white house. i am glad all of you could be with us today as we honor the newest member of our highest court, who i am proud to address for the very first time as the justice sonia sotomayor. [cheers and applause] we are also honored to be joined by justice sotomayor's new colleagues. we have justice ginsberg who is here, as well as justice stevens. and so i just want to thank both justice stevens and justice ginsburg not only for being here today but for your extraordinary service on the court. i know you that you will be getting just a sotomayor some good tips. -- justice sotomayor some good tips. [laughter] i want to thank everyone who brought us to this day. i want to thank our judiciary committee chairman, senator pat leahy. as well as are senate majority large -- majority leader, harry reid, for their outstanding work -- [applause] for their outstanding work to complete this process before the august recess. i want to thank senator schumer, senator joe brent, but the boom are justice sotomayor's home centers, for their work. i want to thank all the members of congress who have jo
Search Results 0 to 49 of about 190 (some duplicates have been removed)